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Old 05-03-2018, 10:10 AM
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Default Signed ball question To settle an argument

To settle an argument

Can U have a few opinions on value and desirability guys:

Value(assuming strong condition and official ball)

Babe Ruth single signed
Ruth and Aaron
Ruth Aaron Bonds

Can u guys give youur thoughts on value for a signed ball if each above type and desirability . Thanks all⚾️👻
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Old 05-03-2018, 10:36 AM
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Bonds with the other 2 seems almost blasphemous to me. In fact i had to re-read that. 0% desirability for me.

I also prefer single signed balls over random stars signing so the Ruth would be a clear #1

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Old 05-03-2018, 11:41 AM
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The only one I'd consider is the Ruth. I'd have no interest in a ball with him and more recent players.
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This is clearly a case where "more" is not better.
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Ruth far and away as a single is more desirable and valuable .

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Ruth by himself. No question.
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Old 05-03-2018, 02:25 PM
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Ruth by himself +100000000000

BUT...
If you had Ruth, Foxx, Ott and all the rest of the 500HR club on one ball that would trump the single I think, but who in their right mind would have done that.
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Ruth by himself all the way. If you need to see all of them together, get single signed balls and but them on display together.
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Babe Ruth single signed - no doubt about this one!!
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Ruth by himself +100000000000

BUT...
If you had Ruth, Foxx, Ott and all the rest of the 500HR club on one ball that would trump the single I think, but who in their right mind would have done that.
There is a "Corner" autograph company in Pennsylvania. I heard that they have contracts with the dead. Perhaps if you find out who they are you can get your "dream ball." .
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